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Stoffle to Present During Journal Issue Launch

To celebrate the launch of the 15th issue of the International Journal of Intangible Heritage—and the 15-year anniversary of its founding—the journal will present a two-part webinar series commencing on 15 July 2020. School of Anthropology and BARA Professor Rich Stoffle will be presenting in one of the virtual sessions on the new paper “Living Universe or GeoFacts: Stone Arches in Utah National Parks,” which is included in the volume and which we announced earlier this summer.

Writes Dr. Stoffle, “This is a special moment because this world-wide heritage association is open to more people than would have been possible with a standard face-to-face meeting. It may represent a format that sets the future for academic meetings.”

Information about the launch is available on the IJIH website.